Logan Lucky

Logan Lucky

08 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 00 mins
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Trying to reverse a family curse, brothers Jimmy and Clyde Logan set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Verdict: The oddball characters breathe life into this epic heist. Steven Soderbergh has already won the heist movie genre with Ocean's Trilogy, now he returns with an Ocean's 7-Eleven featuring blue-collar workers from the country. Logan Lucky is a fresh take on a heist that also gives a glimpse into the real Southern US. []... ...Read full review
Steven Soderbergh retired from filmmaking in 2013, claiming that he had lost interest in the industry. The director behind the `Ocean`s Trilogy` - the iconic heist series - decided to come out of retirement and make another entry in the same genre, but this time at the other end of the glamor spectrum. If the sophisticated crew of Ocean`s had swag, then this ragtag group has rustic charm, and loads of it. ...Read full review
Con artists are always on the clock. With a Steven Soderbergh film, the deception starts right from the opening credits. In Logan Lucky, we are told the cinematographer is Peter Andrews, that the editor is Mary Ann Bernard and that the film has been written by Rebecca Blunt. This is untrue, and these people do not exist. The film has been shot and edited by Soderbergh himself, returning to feature filmmaking after a four year `retirement,` and Blunt is reportedly an alias for the director`s wife, Jules Asner. We should, in short, not believe what we`re told. There is misdirection afoot. ...Read full review
When Steven Soderbergh announced his retirement four years ago, there was no way anyone could believe his b*llsh*t. One of the all-time great filmmakers, who has relentlessly pursued all kinds of genres, simply hanging up his boots is not something thats fathomable. So its no surprise that Soderbergh is back with Logan Lucky, and even less surprising that it is yet another smashing addition to his resplendent oeuvre. ...Read full review
Our favourite bit though, was when a prison riot breaks out and the prisoners take the prison guards hostage. On their list of demands is that the prison library starts stocking the Song of Ice and Fire series, including The Winds of Winter. The Warden`s attempts to explain that George R R Martin is too busy with a gruelling session of promoting the Game of Thrones TV series and hasn`t managed to finish the sixth book and that the show has infact crossed the events so far written, and the prisoners` return to rioting on hearing this mirrors all our feelings on this vital issue of our times. Seriously, get a-writing George. Till then, you should watch Logan Lucky. ...Read full review
Four years after announcing his retirement from feature filmmaking so he could concentrate on television, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh (Traffic) re-enters the big-screen fray with this clever caper comedy. ...Read full review
Fancy James Bond playing a hillbilly? While the contrast may seem wider than the gap between London and West Virginia, that`s exactly what Daniel Craig has got covered in Steven Soderberghs new heist comedy, Logan Lucky. Craig playing the standout role in this spunky and layered comedy is just one of the big highlights. ...Read full review

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